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, southwestern pennsylvania. i think that will be headed our way tomorrow. temperatures up in the mid 70s, that is just sticky conditions. as a result it feels like close to 90 in the heart of the city. that is unusual for early september. 70s over night and then back into the mid and upper 80s tomorrow with scattered showers and storms. >>> a former olympian is being held in our state as a fugitive from charges in new york. authorities are not releasing details against the 50-year-old figure skating coach. he is being jailed until an extradition hearing tomorrow morning. he represented the soviet union back in the 88 olympics and competed across europe in the 1980s. >>> the coast guard has suspended the search for two people who fell over board from their boat in bayside beach on labor day. the coast guard suspended the search after going over 155 square miles. >>> a hit and run crash injured a hartford county woman. the vehicle involved in the crash is a 1997 light blue lincoln town car. the car struck a 28-year-old woman who was taken to shock trauma and has since ben released the driv
of d.c. going into southwestern pennsylvania. want to zoom in and show you the next round here. we have some light showers coming. this is into northern fauquier county. you see it -- that's route 17. just east of 17. it continues going up toward aldie and maybe purcelville. we have a few light showers. heavier stuff from new market toward harrisonburg. this is all moving to the northeast. luray, sperryville, you'll get this in the next half-hour. temperature wise, another very warm, muggy morning. it's 80 in annapolis. we're 79 in town with low to mid-70s across many of the suburbs. we'll have sunshine this afternoon. let's go to monika and find out if anything is happening on the roads this early hour. >>> just a little bit with the construction on the west side of town especially. i always start off with that because that's where it affects you the most. if you're planning to head around town, especially the beltway, you want to give yourself a tiny bit of extra time because between the dulles toll road and georgetown pike, only the right lane is getting through. westbound on i-66 be
southwestern pennsylvania. 40 lanterns lit to remember the victims would died on flight 93 when the hijacked plane went down in shanksville. vice president biden will visit that memorial site today. and a remembrance event will be held in new york city. the freedom tower is lit in red, white and blue. it is the first building of the complex which will eventually replace the old world trade center. nearby at the 9-11 memorial at ground zero, the reading of the names ceremony will get under way in a few hours and closer to home at the pentagon, they are getting ready to honor the lives lawsuit there. melanie alnwick has more from the pentagon. >> reporter: good morning. president obama and the first lady will observe a moment of silence on the south launch the white house and then they will take a helicopter here to the pentagon for a september 11th ceremony here as well. let's take you back to that day. american airlines flight 77 left dulles at 8:20 in the morning. it was supposed to go to last instead, five hijackers took over plane, turned it around and crashed no t. into the pentagon at 9
can get the white noncollege people from southwestern pennsylvania and if he can get the people in virginia who may be conservative for democrats, if he can bring them in and with the liberals and mainstream democrats, you have a winning ticket. if you think xlin ton can bring them in, people holding out right now on the president? >> i think he is going to make a powerful endorsement tonight and will be a great speech. but at the end of the day, i always think that the power of endorsements in campaigns, with very, very rare exceptions or overstated. the election at the end of the day is going to be between the president and governor romney and we will have the three debates between those two and that is going to be, in my view, the determination, you know, determinative factor in the race. >> okay. let's cut to the quick. it is a week before the election. these guys are 47-47. right now they are about 47-47. you got to get western pennsylvania. you are losing pennsylvania. it is too close to call. would you bring him in and travel around in an open car? would you have bill cli
tonight. we've been watching some showers and storms up in new england, southeast pennsylvania, southwestern virginia. and just in the last little while, we've seen one lone shower. you see it pop up. i'm just zoom in and show you where it is here. otherwise a nice quiet day out there. a warm one. we're up 2086 already at national -- to 86 already at national airport. 80 in leesburg. the humidity levels are high. we have 82 in easton. 84 in the northern neck. also 85 degrees in fred rigsburg. as we look outside on our weather cam, you'll notice lots of clouds, some breaks but still mostly cloudy on the sky conditions with 86. feeling like 92, the heat index, thanks to the humidity which is way up. 63%. dew point in the 70s. you could be in oklahoma or texas where temperatures will approach 105 today. did you see the mid-70s in the northern plains? we'll watch that cooler air get here later in the weekend and early next week. in the meantime severe thunderstorm watch till 5:00 local time. indiana, illinois, those storms extend up into southern michigan. i think they're going to
pennsylvania, 42 degrees around the pittsburgh area and 47 in southwestern pennsylvania so a chilly start for those folks out there. our weather today looks pretty good. 74 to 79 degrees under mostly cloudy skies. i think we will see increasing clouds throughout the day because of weather to the way south of us but for the most part, a nice day, so get out and enjoy it, crank up the barbecues for the game. even though it's in philly, you can have fun tailgating at your house. under mild cloud cover because of the precipitation to the south of us but the good news is, because of the high pressure over pennsylvania, that will keep the wet weather to the of us but we could see clouds associated with it. we are keeping an eye on two systems, this one down here in texas and this one out in the northwest that is going to eventually come through here late monday into tuesday and unfortunately i think tuesday looks like a washout but it's a work day, not a weekend. future cast -- i know, right? future cast shows how this all unfolds. we head to monday, increasing clouds into the afternoon and wet
a soldier born and raised in southwestern pennsylvania who gave his life on september 14 in service to our country. this week he returned to his home in the united states where he will be laid to rest. lieutenant colonelries to ever vrabel, commanding officer of marine attack squadron 211 died in the assault in the american run base camp leather neck in hell mun province in afghanistan. it was a dess pick able attack that note only took the life of this dedicated, respected, and brave marine but also rutted in the worse loss of u.s. military aircraft since the vietnam war. but this morning i rise to my colleagues, my constituents at home in westmoreland county and entire nation will know more about this courageous marine who commanded the marine harrier jet squadron. after graduating top of his class from norman high school where he was a starting defensive back for the norman knights, he earned his degree in civil engineering from pittsburgh's prestigious carnegie-mellon university. following his college graduation, he joined the united states marine corps and by 19 the 8 -- 1998 had beco
of very light rain there. it's about to cross over 68, coming in on the southwestern parts of pennsylvania and it looks like a few showers out here extreme northern sections of loudoun county, back up towards martinsburg. there may be just a light shower there, nothing more than a sprinkle. i think as this frontal system comes across overnight, that's pretty much all we're talking. in terms of highs today, you can see it's been fairly nice out to the northwest of us, front already come through the midwest. so temperatures today for chicago 76 degrees, st. louis 70 degrees, wichita 72 and then fargo, north dakota, was 76 and there's an absence now of any real heat across the nation. certainly in the nation's interior back down to the desert southwest still a little on the hot side. 64 washington for tonight, 60 gaithersburg, frederick down to 58. so a little cooler back out to the northwest with the frontal system coming through and highs tomorrow, we're upper 70s here, but back to the west of us dulles tomorrow, loudoun county, leesburg only around 75 degrees, manassas 75 and fredericksbur
of thunder down to ocean city. this line of thunderstorms now moving into far southwestern parts of pennsylvania, that is what's moving in our direction. here's interstate 81 for reference. so still a couple of hours away from i-81, but eventually that shower and thunderstorm chance will cross 81 and eventually be right into the i-95 corridor by the time we get to mid to late afternoon. so a stormy saturday coming after a quiet and humid start today. strong to possibly severe thunderstorms rolling through here beginning out west late this morning then coming through our area in to d.c. metro. i think starting as early as 1:00, 2:00 this afternoon, then rolling up to 7:00, or 8:00. nice weather comes in with full sunshine back by tomorrow afternoon. today mostly cloudy, showers and thunderstorms likely. don't stray too far from your umbrella today. some will be strong and severe. keep a weather eye to the sky. tomorrow some clouds around in the morning, but then turning sunny and much drier, lower humidity and a xworjous day, highs upper 70s to low 80s. warm and humid and stormy t
a sprinkle, if that, and a couple more trying to come out of western and southwestern sections of pennsylvania. the only thing we're talking about with this front moving through is the possibility and it's a very slight possibility that we may get a sprinkle or two overnight tonight out of it. this is futurecast right now at 11:00. seeing a little bit of light rain shower back out to the northwest of us. it's going to bring it through completely dry, sunshine to start for about everybody tomorrow through the day as well. so it looks real good. as we take you into sunday the only thing to see, a couple clouds come up from the spout and it does look like the -- south and it does look like the next chance of rain will be monday. look how it brings showers up by monday and monday afternoon. this is slowing down just a little bit. earlier it was bringing in showers by early in the day monday, might be keeping this heavy slug of rain farther southwest a little bit longer, but certainly by monday night into tuesday we'll probably have pretty good rain around here. 64 in town, cooler i
flight 93 memorial in southwestern pennsylvania today. the nation marks 11 years since the attacks of 9/11 tomorrow. >>> so far there's only memorial plaza and wall of names. work on the next two phases begins next years including a walkway and a 93-foot tower at the entrance with 40 wind chimes. >>> we are all now feeling the effects of hurricane isaac and feeling it at the pump. right now aaa says the national price for a gallon of unleaded is $3.82. gas prices have risen close to 8 cents per gallon in the last two weeks since isaac shut down refineries along the gulf coast. >>> okay, file this under what was he thinking. police in new york city removing a menagerie of exotic pets from a public housing project in brooklyn. he had been keeping 13 dangerous pets including two bearded dragon reptile, a tarantula, two alligators, a bow ya constrictor and five pythons. his neighbors are very, very pleased. >>> it is 18 minutes after the hour and we are getting an early read on your local news making national headlines and we begin with an article in "the anchorage daily news." >> school of
-gazette, there's a separation of church and state debate raging in southwestern pennsylvania. a controversial five-foot marble slab of the ten commandments sits covered up by plywood outside the connellsville junior high school. it's been displayed there since 1957 but recent complaints prompted school officials to hide the ten commandments from view. not sitting too well with the nearby connellsville church of god. they're offering to display the monument on their property where it can be seen from the juan yore high school. the school board votes to tomorrow on the church's offer. >> for an expanded look at our top stories, head 0 our blog cnn.com/earlystart. >>> coming up, the keanes and your money. a closer look at what the obama and romney tax plans would do to your bottom line. >> looking forward to that. increase in clinical depression. drug and alcohol abuse is up. and those dealing with grief don't have access to the professional help they need. when you see these issues, do you want to walk away or step up? with a degree in the field of counseling or psycholo
, the insulateors, the cement mace ons and teal workers. in southwestern pennsylvania where 4 % of their job is coal, they won't have coal. so many americans will be suffering. we need to clean up coal and clean up the power plants and rebuild them and not to shut them down and i yield back. mrs. capito: carbon sequestration holds great promise but we have to make sure we have the technology available. contained within the bill we are going to vote on on friday is something i have been concerned on for years and this administration's ininability or reluctance or even -- will not consider job and economic impact of the decisions they are making. we passed bill after bill here saying to the president, mr. president, you have to leave a balance between the economy and the environment and look at what the job and economic impact of these towns, small towns and counties -- let's talk about what is happening to the county school system. when the eight coal mines shut down, four in west virginia, we have a severance tax. that goes to pay the counties and a lot of that money goes to the education of those c
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